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VOL. 1
No. -52
We Carr^ a Large Line of
McLary's Enamel,  Galvanized and Tinware
McLary's heaters
inspect our Stock
Pic-Nic Specials
tt - *
P. & N. Veal and Tongue, Loaf, per. tin....25c
���    Aylmer v Bonfed Chicken, per  tin    50c.
King   Oscar. Sardines,'per  tin    ,s 15c
Boiled Ham, per lb sliced 60c
Relish   Spread,   per   jar 40c
Mayonaise, per jar .. 40c
C.&B. Sweet Chutney   pic-nic size, per jar. 15c
* C.&B.  Onions,  pic-nic size, per jar 15c
Lemonade Powder, - per tin 25c
For quality and value order from '    pj,0ne 46
Ladies and Men's
.Boots, Shoes and
Canvas Shoes
fflr Men and Children
Ladies Dresses
E. W. Harker, of Rock Creek, is in
the District Hospital.
H.  H.  Pannell,   of' Midway,   spent
Monday, in Greenwood.
Jack Holmes, of Trail, is renewing
acquaintances in town.
W Ellen Trounson's Store Q
New Shipment of
Ladies' and Men's Hose
. Just in,
White Wonder and White Swan Soaps
'     20 Bars for $1.00
Phone 17
Reaj Estate & Insurance
Fire. Accident & Sickness. Life..
Automobile, Bonds, Burglary. &c
Houses for Rent or Sale
Call at the Office of
Alfred   Eek,   of   Myncaster,   spent
Monday in Greenwood.
Miss Mary Kerr, of Penticton, is the
guest of Miss C. Hallstrom.
.   Duncan   Mcintosh,   of   Beaverdell,
���was a visitor in town on Saturday.
Mrs. A. C. Hamilton/of Golden, is a
guest at the Pacific Hotel.-     0
= Duncan Murray,' of Beaverdell, was
in town during the week-end.
I    Mrs; C. W. Bubar, of Beaverdell, is a
j patient in the District Hospital.
John Hawkins and James Cullinan,
of Rossland, were in town on Monday.
Mr. and Mr. Wright, of Spokane, are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Skilton.
A Happy Gathering
At the, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Bush in Midway a reception in honorv
of Nellie Wren and Mr. G. Clark, of
San Francisco, was planned for Monday night. When the news of this
affair was spread around everybody
wanted to go with the result the
spacious house of Mr. Bush would not
hold the crowd, The Farmers Hall
was then engaged, the merrymakers
turned loose and they sang and danced
to their hearts content.
Mr. ^R. D. Kerr presided and the
humors style with which he introduced
the performers helped to put the audience in a happy frame of mind.
There were musicians aplenty, Nellie
Wren vocal, Renie Skilton piano, the
Misses Scott mandolins, G. Clark
banjo, J. H. Bush violin, E. DeLisle
drums, Juan 'Puddy vocal, and W.
Wilson saxaphone.
The programme was mingled with
popular dance music after which refreshments were served.
The two guests of honor had a busy
evening shaking hands with their old
, friends and when the affair was over
the  crowd 'surrounded them  to  say
farewell before they left for California.
Carl Wolfram  and son, of Grand
Forks, were'in town on business today.'
Tel. 2.
Box 391
Beef, Veal,
Spring Lamb
Boiled Ham and Cooked Tongue in Slices
A Thriller of Thrillers!
i    -- ��
> CANADA, when, the Northwest Mounted first" earner"-is
the scene of this big Curwood
story. Fights, romance, duty
vs love, a sensational forest
fire, amazing rescues, the trials,
humors and adventures of
Canadian pioneering- days���all
whirling about a winsome slip
of a girl who'll win your heart.
All lovers of real melodrama-should see it! Mill-
:      . ions have already followed
the story in book form and,
' as a Cosmopolitan Maga- "*
zine serial!'' --..-"
Jaines Oliver CurwobdV
The Flaming Forest
Antonio Moreno       Renee Adoree
' also Pathe Comedy. -
"The Old War Horse"
F. H. Fox, of Vancouver, well known
in this district, was in town this week
on business.
Jas. Machell is. getting along nicely
after his recent operation in the District Hospital.
B. W. Bubar, of Beaverdell, was in
town on Wednesday, having brought
his mother to the District Hospital.-
��� Mrs. E. Thompson, Mrs. E. Campbell,
Ted. Oliver and G. Campbell, of Trail,
were week-end guests at the Pacific
. Mrs. Downton, Miss D. Downtdn and
''Arthur sDownton, - -of ~Wincq,v :$?<&���',
are the guests of Rev. 'and Mrs. A.
George Hallett returned to Victoria
on Tuesday morning after spending a
two weeks (vacation with his mother,
Mrs. Ellen Hallett.
Greenwood Theatre
Commencing at 8:15 p.m.
*"��� ���Aduits-50cr^Children"25c���'~^~
Under New Management
First.Class Dining Room in Connection
. - i,
J. H. Goodeve        - -     - -     -       -        Proprietor
: Extra  Special  Value in Men's Work Shoes  '
/        ' a   Heavy leather sole, muleskin upper
Regular .Price  $3.50.      Special.Sale Price $2.45.
Men's Light Canvas Shoes, leather soles and toecaps,
ideal for summer wear
Regular  Price  $3.75.      Special Sale Price $2.45.
Also a large range of Indian design blankets, all colors, suitable
for-Auto rugs, etc., atvthe low price of
$5.25 each
Saturday, August 6th
"The Scarlet West"
also a comedy      ,
"'Hanging Fire"
B. W. WIDDOWSON, Assayer and
Chemist, Box 1,1108, Nelson, B.C.
Charges���Gold, Silver, Copper or Lead
S1.00 each. Gold-Silver $1.50. Silver-
Lead $2.00: Silver-Lead-Zinc S3.00.
These charges made only when cash is
sent with sample. Charges for other
metals, etc., on application.
Mr.'and Mrs. Wm. Hatton, Mrs. Ed.
Hatton, Harry Hemming and Stanley
Felton, of Bridesville Road, were in
Greenwood oh Monday.
Funeral of Fred Madge
The funeral, of Fred Madge was'
held on Thursday, July 21st, service
being conducted by Rev. A. Walker in
Riverside Hall, Rock, 'Creek.. It was
very largely attended, friends and
acpuaintances coming from all over
the district to pay, their last'respects
to a favorite old-timer, one who made
friends with everyone with whom he
came in contact. Floral tributes covered the casket. Interment took place
in Rock Creek cemetery. The pallbearers were. Edward Richter, Major
R. Gray, James Lindsay, .Ed. Stiles,
Hughie McKinnon and H. Douglas
Hamilton.' .
Entrance Results
K _    _ _
Results of examinations in" the Public Schools of British. Columbia for
entrance to high schools were announced a few days ago by the Department of Education, Victoria. A
total of 5790 pupils will be issued high
school certificates. ,
On recommendation of school promotion committees throughout the
province, 4442 students were passed
into high school. Candidates who
were not recommended and who sat
for . written examinations numbered
3750; of these 1348 were successful'.
The results fpr this district are as
Greenwood Centre
Greenwood Superior���Rosie Bombini
345; Edward J. Parry, 308; W. Kenneth
Stewart, 300. >   '-
Rhone���Hazel M, Emery," 322.
Rock Creek Centre
��� Anarchist Mountain���Anna Gaustin
318; Leonore Kehoe, 300. ''
Ingram  Mountain���Christine  Brew
332. '
Kettle Valley���Edward Whiting, 300
Rock Creek���Catherine Er Burdick,' ���
High School Pass List
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Conner, of Wenr
atchee, Wash., and J. W. McDougall,
pf Grand Forks, spent Saturday afternoon in town the guests of Constable
and Mrs. W. B. Stewart.
A. O, (Big Andy) Johnson and party
of sixteen-people were in town "on Saturday en. route .\home'1 to Princeton
from- a -visit"' to^FJioenix,--Rossland,-
Spokane and o'ther places.
Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Skilton returned on Monday from a honeymoon
trip to Spokane and other cities. They
have taken up residence in the Mc-
Crimmon House on Silver Street.
J. C. Kennedy, of; Penticton, a rep-
Co.rarrived in:town on Friday and left
the^following day for Nelson.'
Nellie Wren, who. sings with the
National Broadcasting Co., of San
Francisco, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark, of Midway and has also been1 the guest,of
Mr.v and;Mrs7A. Sater of Greensrood.
Mrs.7 Wren^left. fox- California on
Tuesday.-: Upon-her-departure she expressed her ���.gratitude. ��� to the'many
people who; had entertained her and
made her visit'-'pleasant, Incidentally
the Greemyood'and Midway people return the compliment, in expressing
their appreciation of the generous
manner in which this charming person
responded to requests for various vocal
selections. i
If you are having trouble with your
Watch, just bring it to us and we will
put it right.     ��
Our long experience in repairing
Watches has made us experts along
that line, and we guarantee you satisfaction, pr there is no charge'.
Let us have your repairs, either
Watches, Clocks or Jewelry.
' ��� ��� t  '��� '���""��� '���:. '   ���
We   make'  over   old, Jewelry   and
manufacture Brooches or Pins out of
native'silver and they are quite a novelty. *|   '.*'.._���'"
Watchmaker and Jeweler
y  ���������'..- '���;.".    - Mgr.
The United Church of Canada
Minister in Charge, Greenwood.
Beaverdell 11 a.m.
Rock Creek 3 pjn.
Greenwood, 7:30 pan.
Job Printing at   The  Green
wood Ledge.
If you are in the market for
Farming Machinery
Why not get the Best
We handle
John Deere and McCormick
Mowers and Rakes
 and '���
McCormick-Deering ahd John Deere
Light Running Binders
and Repairs
Manilla and Standard Twines
Midway and Rock Creek
Mrs. Henry Heidman and son-in-law
and. daughter, Mi-, and Mrs. Dave
Ferguson, of Vancouver, were the
guests of Mrs. Wm, Walters on Friday
and Saturday. The visitors are old-
timers of Phoenix and they had a look
at-that-historic- town-before -returning
to'the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Rosiers and daughter had a miraculous escape in a auto
accident near Wallace, Idaho, a few
days ago. They were returning to
Montana from a visit with friends in
Greenwood, when a"'large touring car
ran into them with.the result that the
Rosiers family had to spend a couple
of days in the Wallace Hospital
Bob Cuthbertson,' Jim' Cuthbertson,
Jr., Miss Elizabeth Cuthbertson and
Miss Harris, of Vancouver, were vist-
ors in town on Tuesday and Wednesday. The party are on a .motor tour,
leaving Vancouver they travelled to
Seattle, thence to Nelson and Greenwood and continued their journey
westward from here to Blakeburn.
The Cuthbertsons took a look at
Mother Lode where they lived 'with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Cuthbertson,  during the boom  days.
Wm. Hatton, of Bridesville Road,
met with a painful accident on Thursday evening last, Mr. Hatton fell
from a load of hay, and in putting out
his hand to save himself he had his
left thumb fractured when it came in
contact with the ground. His face
was also cut on the right side. He received medical treatment for the injuries at Greenwood. It is unfortunate that Mr. Hatbn is laid up at this
time of the year, when the crops have
to be harvested. He has over 200,acres
in hay and grain.
On Saturday night the Picture Show
was interspersed with a decidedly interesting program, but the. public was
alive to the situation. It is over a year
since such a' crowd attended a show
of this kind. The musical numbers
added materially to the enjoyment of
the public who demanded many encores. Those taking part in the program were Nellie Wren, the Misses
Scott, Geo. Clark and the Greenwood
Orchestra. The former received an
ovation for the artistic manner in
which she rendered her songs. She
was accompanied by Mrs A. Walker.
Many people who have" lived in this
district have gone out and made a
name for themselves." This certainly
applies to Nellie Wren and Geo. Clark
who have become features in the
musical world of San Francisco.
Of the 2534 candidates who wrote
the matriculation examinations in
high schools of the -province last
month, 1147 were granted supplemen-
standing.       ��� ���
This was announced by the Department of Education' in Victoria, a few
days ago. '
Supplemental examinations for senior matriculation will be held from -
August 29th to September 3rd,' at the
Normal School, Vancouver, Victoria
College, Victoria, and in the high-
schools, at Cranbrook, Kamloops, kelowna,. Nanaimo, Nelson, Prince Rupert, Prince George and Revelstoke.
Junior matriculation and Normal
entrance supplemental examinations
will be held from August 29th to September 3rd, at the Normal School
���Vancouver, Victoria 0 College, Victoria!
and in the high schools at Cranbrook,
Kamloops, Kelowna, Nanaimo, Nelson, Prince Rupert, Prince George and
Revelstoke. .���.;."'���-.
' Supplemental examinations- in' third
year commercial, .third'year, household
.science ;and Jhird. year -.technical; '.in '
subjects" not Included "in" 'Grade" xt <-
will be held in June only. '
In the following district report, the'-
names of successful candidates  only
are given in alphabetical order.' The
letter  (S)   placed after a name denotes  that  the  candidate  has  been
granted one or more supplemental.
Greenwood Centre
Greenwood  Superior School
_ Grade   IX.���Andrew   M.   Anderson'
(S).   Two candidates granted partial
Grade   X.���George   A.   Bryan   (S),
Edward_C, Johnson,-John--J. -McDonell���
(S),  Jesse  R.  Puddy   (S), Renie  C.
Skilton, Annie A. Swanlund (S).   Two
candidates granted partial standing.
Anarchist Mountain Public School
Grade IX.���Grace Kehoe (S).
Ingram Mountain Public School
Grade IX.���Beatrice Bubar, Margery
Bubar, Doris E. ClarK, Ethel G. M
Midway Public School e
Grade IX.���One candidate granted
partial standing.
Grade X.���William E. McArthur (S).
Myncaster Public School   '
Grade IX.���Sophia Kompan.
The Motoring Age
J. P. C. Wright and family now of
Grand Forks, formerly of Greenwood, ���
passed through town a few days ago
on his return from the Coast.
Mi". Wright is very enthusiastic over
the scenery in the Fraser Canyon '
and says he found the road in very
good condition considering the length
of time it has been in operation. A
large crew", is working on the Lytton--
Spences Bridge cut-off. This will be
completed by fall and will shorten the
trip to the Coast by one hundred
Already many American tourists are
availing themselves of the circle tour
up the Fraser and down the Okanagan.
Across the line a very popular way of
travelling is in big busses. They will
probably make their appearance up
the Fraser before long. In some cases
long distances are travelled in this
way.-' Through bus lines operate from
Seattle to San Francisco, a distance of
nearly 1000 miles. The trip is made in
two days and a night. The most enthusiastic motorist should get his fill
of travelling on a trip of that kind.
At no distant date we may see the
big busses operating from here to the
Coast which would make a very pleasant way of travelling.
Garage Opened    ^
Percy Hammerstrom, of Nelson,
formerly of Midway, has opened a
Garage in the Kinney building, Greenwood. Mr. Hammerstrom is prepared
to do all kinds of repair work to cars.
W. H. Bambury is in charge of the
new" Lookout station on Goat Mountain. This station is connected" by
phone with Beaverdell.
���***""   "%:l THE   GBEJSNWOOD   LEDGE
Grown in the best gardens in
the Orient
Blended by men trained in the
world's greatest tea market
Packed in the best packet yet
found for tea���A/aminum.
Tlie Higli Cost of Weeds
Actual evidence of tho loss in valuo of weed-ml'estcd farm land is
shown in au extract from tho report of au inspector valuing a certain _far.m
for loaning purposes, in his report, tills inspector says: "It. lri badly infested
whh sow thiailc���as aro all the farms ih the neighborhood. I have valued
��1,000 less than 1 would if clean of this weed."
This .��1,000 represented 12 per eent. of the value ot the farm. Many
Inspectors would havc discounted the value to au even greater extent.
The dues lion naturally suggests Itself: What, Mr. Farmer, is your weed
ciop costing you?
You may not be contemplating a sale of the land, nor considering tho
placing of a loan on it. For the time being the actual value of the land may
he of no particular interest lo you. except lrom a taxation standpoint.
Nevertheless, llie question is/ none the less pertinent: What ls your weed
crop costing you?   ���
If you aio using dirty seed, it is costing you something for seeding i
England Is Founding    '
New Nava! Museum
Valuable Exhibits Have Been Handed
Over By Admiralty
A Nalional Naval and Nautical
Museum, the iirst of its Itind in England, is to be founded at Queen's
House, Greenwich.
A magnificent start has been given
lo the new venture by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, who
will hand over the onl ire contents of
the Royal Naval Museum, including:
Tho Chatham chest, dating baclc to
tlio Armada.
Drake's astrolabe.
Compass and    dipping    noodle    of
Caplain Cook.
The Franklin rcMcs.
Model of the Battle of Trafalgar.
Uniform of Sir Charles iNTapier.
West collection of Nelson relics.
Admiralty  scale models of British
battleships from "JC70 to 1370.
Nelson relics and other treasures
now In the Pain Led Hall.
There will nlso be a collection of
plans of ships built for the navy froni
the middle of Lho XVII century, a
series unequalled in awy oilier country, and models will illustrate the
progress of naval .-construction from
llie Devastation 1o llie Dreadnought.
Will Visit Europe
Often  Finds Herself. Weak and
-- Feeling Worn-Out
The nursing mother .more than any
other woman needs rich   blood,   and
l.etil bo assumed that the weeds are already tliere and seed themselves and | gJ^S aV^^n^c^S
that the cost, ol seeding can be eliminated. Bul you havo io cut the weeds j Hold duties and ihe care of her chlld-
along with the grain; ihat costs something. You havc to thresh ihe weed I "'on exact heavy toll, while hurried
seeds along with thc grain; that costs something more. Vou haul manv ""-eals .broken rest and indoor living
pound, of weed seeds along whh the grain to the elevator; more, cost Yo* ����� i^^^"iu5g���^S
pay elevator charges ou the total ->,eight, another cost. You pay (rsi^ht ��;. - - -
the weed seeds as well us on the grain; extra cost. Finally.,you pay tc have
lhe weed seeds cleaned from the groin- added cost. Those are dir?ot outlays. Have you ever taken tunc to figure up Iheso costs? Thoir total would
surprise you.' And, by the way, h.'.viiig burne all these co-its. what sun; of
money did you realise Cor ihe wecck thus '���>"r*.'..c-.d and niarketoci by you?
Tlul, apart from these direct codts, vbat was thc total of the indhcci cost
of your".".nnual weed crop? How aiueh lift.
lifajrichcs, backaches and nervousness, in this condition Iho blcod will
always be found weak and watery,
ancl relief will come only through enriching lho blood. For this purpose
Dr. Williams' Fink Fills is tho best
Wool-making tonic known. Through
their use many weak,   ailing   wives
nd u'ltrimnnt did these wescto l1^ Tthe?f hfe ��oun* n,    h,Cn.
���and strength.   As an example of this
extract  rrom  your  land?    How  much   raoi=.luro  did ihey  consume vhicb |*Mi-s. Sarah Corlez, Ellensiown, N.B.,
would havo given addiSo-JM} clrosr.tk to y.-.ur grain? How m-.ny extra bushels 'says:���"While nursing my baby I be-
of wheat or o_.ts or o'the: grain p.-;- .-..ore wuu'd you have _-ja!ya iron: four j^imc run-down, very weak and uerv-
tand il it had been cljau of weed?, i.s��i vou had beer. proSuri;,,-, gvnin onlv. !?lIS- My,hoil? a,cb ,   a11 tbe Umc ?n,J
.    _.     .    . ,,,,-, ,       -        - , '   i! '""s T!'-t {-Dle Lo (lc> ro*y work. I had
instead of an unmarkeiy.ble mixture <;t gi'Jin v.m weed &ai.usv - uftsn read oC D_._ Williams,' Fink Pills
Bui, you argue, thorp is another ri-.lt, to lhe weed ��.ceou_u hi vour larm ' r.nd began using them, and what  n
ledger.   It costs something to gst rid oi' voeds r.nd to' keep iand.f'vjo of tlieni. ! Gosling they proved.    Before I had
Perfectly tine.   And it jou havo in-nunied   >uur   laud   to   become   budlv I '''''Jd a hhlt ^n boxes I felt like a
,,,.,!,,    .  ... . ���        -       ,.    ..        .,,,-, ,    -   _. ' xw person, ancl by iheir continued
lnlcsted. the initial cosi oi v.eed eradication will be t.oavy.   ln tact, you may iVW for a wlli]o l %r;is entirely res{0r-
havc hastily concluded that, it is chipper to so on raising weed, find gnii. . ed to my former health and strength,
together llian Lo make a tight against the weeds.    It is v*-.-;i_  to )-0Biemb_?r. ;' t^e plea-sure In recommending Dr.
William-!." Pink Pills to everyone suf-
lering as I did."
You can pel lhaso puis through any
Then, too. the   day may conic ���when you v.ill want to yell the fann. aud ' medicine dealer or by mini al 50 'cents i
Dan. M. Johnson, manager of lhe
Department of Colonization and
Agriculture, CaiiAdian National Hail-
ways, for western Canada, is leaving
on an extended trip to Europe. The
purpose of his journey is to confer
with Canadian National representative., in the various countries of
Europe to solve immigration problems and make plans for the 192S
movement of settlers to Canada'. Mr.
Johnson will visit London, Liverpool
and Glasgow, and Copenhagen, -Oslo,
Gothenburg, Rotterdam, Danzig, Warsaw, Vienna, Buda-Pe?.th and  Paris.
Immigrants Pouring In
Population  Being   Increased at Rate
of One Thousand a Day
Immigration to Canada in the month
of May this year totalled 23.941, according to a statement issued by the
department of immigration and colonisation. This is an increase of 29
per cent, over May, 1926, when the
lotal immigration to Canada was 18,-
620; and 79 per cent, over May, 1925,
when the total imigralion to Canada
foi^ that monh was  13,338, -    '
Last May there were 8,408 British
came to Canada; 2,503 from-lho United Slates and .13.030 from other countries, as compared with 7,986 British;
2,003 from the United Stales and 851
from.3othcr countries ln May, 1926.
Immigration for April and .May of
this year totalled 59,382 or almost
1,000 persons por day for the two
In May of this year 5,561 Canadians,
who liad gone to tho United States
Intending (o romain there permanently returned to Canada declaring their
Intention of staying in tlio Dominion.
These arc uot Included in he immigration figures.
however, lhal yeai  by year lho woods will bosomc more inu<_or<_us and lhe
grain smaller and sm-i.loi.
you will discover that a weed-bile-Hod larm invites tew buyer-? hnd a low
price. Furthermore, it is safe, to predict that if you continue to grow"weeds,
and thereby automatically reduce your grain \icld, tho time is coming when
you will be loicod to apply to a Company for a loan. Then Sir. Inspector
will icport that he values your land at from 10 tc 20 per cent, less than ho
otherwise would if it  bad. been iree of weeds.
Thc most expensive and the least lerauncralive crop any farmer can
raise is a cro-ji of woods, yot thousands of Western farmors are engaged in
this losing business. Why? Because they have nnvcr lakon the time to
reckon up the cost, or boceuso of .slr.rilcssnoss, 'or downright laziness.
Pos_ibly Ignorance is iho cause, lho farmer failing lo realize thai allowing
weeds to grow and flourish on his land n>earns just as .much work for himself
Jn_the_long run as is involved in fighting them, while the cost of growing
weeds,is many times grealer than the cost ol eradicating them.       [
And if tho cost.am', loss to tho individual farmer is so great. It is, in thc
aggregate, to the muulcip.ilily, the province, and tlie Dominion so enormous
as to stagger lhe imagination.
Fight woods as yon would fight fire    Fight even    harder, because you
can insure properly against lire, but not against weeds.   The only insurance
* against weeds must be provided by yonr own labor. It will prove one of the
besl paying of all your faim efforts.
Testing Ability To ,   ���
Go Without Sleeping
Suffragettes -Stage Demonstration
Described   As   the   Greatest   Meeting
That Will  Ever Be Held
a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Mew Regulation Passed
Grain   Owner.. May   New   Appeal   on
Condition and Grade
A now regulation his been passed
by ihe Board of Grain Commissioners
giving I lie owners of grain the right
to appeal on r.uesiioiio of condition
as.well as- to grade, cf thcir grain.
The regulation comes Into' effect on
force experimentally to demonstrate
whether" it Is beneficial or otherwise
to thc grower of grain. The regulation applies to Fort William, Port
Arthur, Winnipeg. Edmonton and
Vancouver and docs not govern cargo shipments.
Hitherto the only appeal possible
v;33 against the grade given.
Aviators    at    Camp    Borden
Record of Lindbergh
Canadian Air   Force   aviators    ;il
Camp llordon have been undergoing
tests to determine their ability lo go
without sleep. It. is understood  that
sr-vc i-al  bettered   thc record ai  Col-
end Charles  A.. Lindbergh, when he ,
leniaincd awake on hia trans-allantic J ,,;i
,. (light, and    ono   flier.   I.leut.    Dave  wh�� bribed th�� meoSlllP   ���   "tt"
Harding,   former Queen*   and Uamp'laat  grpat  ���rfl^ctte  demonstration
Borden    rugby      player,      remained
Relieves Asthma at'Once. If you
could read the thousands of unsolicited  letters received by tho makers
Patrol Sea For Icebergs
Floating Ice Is No More a Menaca To
Up lo the time of Lhe sinking of
the Titanic on April 1-1, 1924, ice was
the greatest dread of the seagoer,
whether on the bridge or in tho cabin.
There was 'no means o'f estimating
the drift of, tho blue and white
crags whirh came floating down
from Greenland, diminishing in she
but not in potential des'triicliveness,
(ill they nieMod in the warm waters
of the Gulf Stream. The terrible
disaster to iho newest of ocean liners
awoke the whole world to the danger ot ice. .The United Slates took
the lead in 1913 by assigning two
cruisers, afterwards replaced by the
cutters' Seneca and Miami, to ice
���pairol duty, on lho waters of the
North AiRutlc. Tu the autumn of
thai yoar. afl"r, an international conference, the prlncipnj powers agreed
to share in 1 he expense of the pat-
rol.- 's     ^    '
Today Lhe watchful patrol oilicers
keep the moving ice under observation froni' the northernmost ship lane
southward, reporting lo other vessels by racMo twice daily, with special radios when new bergs arc. discovered. Liners observing Ice repoit
also to lho cutters p.1 id to other vessels. The system has removed from
all- tho regular ro'utes of sea travel
on the North Atlantic a menace more
deadly than storm, andrfog. No means
"have bboii-found���of "riddlng-the -extreme northerly route of ,its..archipelagoes of bergs, bu't here the peril is
known and averted by reducing
speed, ns was done by the oilicers of
thc Montcalm. The white terror now
troubles vessels on the sea n0 more
than it does those in the air.
Merger of Shingle Makers
Amalgamation of the Shingle Makers
of British Columbia
One of the largest business mergers lhat has taken place in British
Columbia in recent years is that of
tho amalgamation ol ihe shingle manufacturers of the1 province. At least
93 per cent, of the-shingle manufacturers of British Columbia aro now
included in the recently formed organization, known as the Consolidated Shingle Mills of British Columbia,
Each shingle company is interested
to the extent of the value of its
plant.    --
Tho new organization wilf have.,
supervision over manufacturing and
The amalgamation ls along lhe lines
of similar movements in the lumber
trade In the United States, the aim of
which is to stabilize trade conditions.
Best of all Fly Killers���10e and
25c per packet at all Druggists,
Grocers and General Stores.
Miller's Worm Powders seldom fail.
They-immediately attack the worms,
and' expel lliem from the system.
They aro complete in themselves not
only as a worm destroyer, but as a
highly beneficial medicine for .chil-
drcii, correcting weak digestion and
restoring lho debilitated, system to
healthful ness. without which tho
growth of the child will be retarded
and Its constitution weakened.
Want Canadian Birds
For Field Museum
Women stiff,'agists in  London held jfro���  erateflil  users you, too,  would
,    ,, , .., I realize the remarkable powers of Dr.
a fleinonslration recentl*    with    ban-ij   D   Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. All
i\f:r< Hying in   Trafalgar   Square   In '
fiipport o'f    Premier    llaldwin's    so-
called "'flapper vote 1)111," a measure-
granting Ihc ballot to all women ovei
| 21  years of ag<\    The demonstration
led   by    Viscountess    llhondda,
awake aiul actively ou duty for more
than. f>2 hours. -Then, it is said, ho
sat down to read a magazine and,
forgetting the contest, dozed off in
Minard's Liniment lor warts and Pirn,
Some pcoirle are so inhospitable
.that they don't even entertain ideas
of iheir own.
that will probably ever be held."
Many of the suffragette leaders
were present, among them Mrs. Dos-
parrt, Mrs. Pel hick Lawrence and
Mrs. Millicent Fawcett.     k
Salesman (showing customer cycling stockings), "Surprising value,
sir. Worth double the money. Latest
pattern, fast cloors. holeproof, won't
shrink, and It's a good yarn."
Customer: "Ves,- aud very well
is obtained by using
Daily, assisted by Cuticura Ointment
when required. It keeps the pores
.active, the skin clear and free from
irritations and the scalp in a healthy
hair-growing condition.
__.     E��h Tat br Mill.   Addrc-i Cunidsin Depot:
BUsho-te, Ltd., Mo-tri-l."   l'rice. Soap 2Sc. Ointment
SOc. Talcom -Se.
Cuticura Shayins Stick 25c.
cases, incipient and chronic, are
benefited by this groat family remedy. Why suffer or cxperimenl with
worthless preparations when the
genuine Kellogg's can be purchased
.Italian Flier Remembered
A monument to the fame of Francisco de Pincdo, Italian four-continent
flyer, has been raised by aeroplane
pilots at Miller Plying Field, Staten
Island, in tho form of the "Hotel de
Pinedo," built from the/ packing case
ln which the Santa Maria II. was
shipped to the United States. The
"hotel",-is 10 feet by 20 feet, is covered with the tar paper that lined it
on Its ocean voyage, and is fitted up
witli beds for 10 pilots.
10 pilots.
Fresh Supplies In Demand. ���
Wherever 'Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
has been introduced increased1 supplies havo been ordered, {showing
thai wherever it goes this excellent
OU impresses its power on the peo-
.plo, No matter ln what latitudo it
may bo found its potency is nover imparled. It Is put up in most portable
shape in bottles and can be carried
without fear of breakage.
Accorded Full Military Honors
A .funeral with full military honors
was accorded to J. T. Eardley of Lo-
cre. Man., one of the three victims
ol the airplane disaster near, Ililibre,
Manitoba. The bodies of F. J. Wrong
and Wm. C. Weaver were forwarded
respectively fo Ottawa and Melfort,
Sask,,.for burial.
Many .a man is kept busy -today
trying to undo the things that ho did
All you have td do to stir up trouble Is tell the- truth, ou all occasions.
Upset Long Tradition
A departure from thc loug'traditlon
of serving fine wines at Guildhall
banquets and receptions to Great
Brilain's guests occurred al the
luncheon 'to King Fuad. The Egyptian monarch'cxprcsBod a wish to be
served no alcoholic drink, since this
was contraw to the ordinance of
"Well," remarked a married man
after 'examining his friend's new
flat. "I wish I could afford a place
"Yes," said-''Iiis friend, "you marred men may have better halves, but
we bachelors usually havo better
quarters.    -
Prevent any cbancc of Infection by using Minard's. Heals
Expedition  From  Chicsgo Seeks  Extensive Exhibit in B.C.
British   Columbia    will    probably
have an    extensive   oxhlbil   of   her
northern bird life in lho Field Museum in Chicago as the result of the
work of John Dorden Field Museum
Alaska Arctic expedition __which is
working in northern���waters this
summer. Ashley Hine, a Canadian, is
one of the ornithologists with'' the
under the direction of Mr. Borden m
a private yacht built especially for
the purpose.
"Wo intend to spend some time hi
northern British Columbia waters,
thence along the coast to Alaska and
are particulaily interested in obtaining specimens of Canadian birds
and animals to complete" our North
American collections."
Canada stands second in the mini'
hot- of telephones In uso audi in the
production of automobiles and lumber, third in gold and silver production, seventh In steel production, and
tenth in that of coal.   .
Corns cause mueh ��� suffering, but
flolloway's Corn ltomover._ offers a
speedy, sure, and satisfactory relief.
increases Elevator Capacity
If construction o'f the new Alberta
Wheat Pool elevator is started within-a month or so, as expected, it will
he xeatty to begin operations in December. Ii will raise Vancouver's
elevator capacity to 10,200,000 bush-
ela. Six years ago there was only
one elevator at tho port with 1,250,-
000 bushel capacity.    . ,   ���
,   A Popular Monarch
King . George   Enjoys  the   Love   and
Esteem Of the Populace
In tho reception accorded King
George and Queen^ Mary when they
drove through the East End of London recently, on the thirty-fourth anniversary of their wedding, Is to bo
seen the most conclusive answer to
those who would have thc world believe that the British nation is tired
of its limited monarchy, King Georgo
is today more popular than ever before, "and his Consort also enjoys the
affection of the public in deep measure. Tlie reason for this is that
bofji the Ki*ijg and Queen have taken
pains to get into personal, contact
with all classes of, the people.
Following the most popular- monarch who ever sat upon a throne in
modern times, King George, always
���a man of reticence and, given to
quietude, faced a lask the supreme-'
difficulty of which was very little appreciated at the beginning , of his
reign. But he tackled it with a dogged perseverance and ah unobtrusive
courage that eventually won recognl-
ilon. and today he rests secure in tho
esteem and regard of his people. He
.has .been fortunate for thirty-four
years, in having as his helpmate a
woman of sterling worth and high *
Ideals, whose Due standard of living
has served to f.ct _a noble example
and done, much to check undesirable
developments in the social life of tho
community. The1'whole Empire will
re-echo thc cheers of Poplar in wish-'
ing' Their Majesties many years of
wedded felicity yet to come.���Montreal Star. ���    ���
Chinese Buy Sewing Machines
One American - compauy   handling
sewing    machines    hi    Canton    and
South  China is soiling about 10,000,
annually.    Ib operates under a very
high developed  system of salesman-"
ship adapted to loaal conditions'.' Of
the sales force of 400 Chinese trained
under its direction about 100 are women.    These  Women  enter Chinese
homes, many^ot which are closed to '
Canadians Eat Moet Butter
- Canadians eat more butter than tlie
peoplo of any other country. The per
capita consumptlon_'in    Canada   has
becn computed at 27 pounds. In  Iho.-
IJnitcd States it is"V7 pounds.   ."
' The Friend 'of All Sufferers. ���
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is a vain-,
oblo remedy.to'all those who suffer
pain. It holds out hope to everyonu
and realizes It by stilling suffering
everywhere. It is a liniment that has
lho blessing of half a continent. It la
on sale everywhere and can be founu
wherever enquired for.
Tobacco Growing In B.C.
T| Is reported from Victoria that a
company is being formed in British
Columbia to  engage   extensively   in -
tobacco growing and- manufacture.
Keep Minard's Liniment near at hand.
Canada Regains Cup
Canada won tho Mackinnon challenge ciip by nineteen points from
teams representing England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and other parts
of the Empire. Canada thus regain-'
the trophy which she lost to Scotland
last year by 14 points.   .
The Positive One���"My friend
there' Is no such thing as a useless
hrticle, and I challenge you to give
me an instance."
The Equally Positive Onc--"\Vell
what about a glass eye at a keyhole?"
Generally speaking a pest is a person who, when you politely and disinterestedly ask him how he is, proceeds to tell you.
A few years from.now wo shall pro-
probably see mermaids sitting by tnu
side of tho trans-Atlantic air highway, selling hot dogs and deep sea
Mothers Should Use
When The Babies
Are Cutting Teeth
During the baby's teething time, in lh��
hot summer months, the bowels' become-
loose and diarrhoea, dysentery, colic,
cramps and other bowel, complaints
manifest themselves;-the gums become
swollen, cankers form in the mouth, and
in many cases thc child wastes to a
shadow, and very often the termination
is fatal. -
This ifl the time when the mother
Bhould use "Dr. Fowler's," and, perhaps, save tho baby's life.
It haa been on the market for tlio
past 80 yean-r put up only by Tie T
Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Out.
W.   N.   U.   1691 SHE   GREENWOOD   LEDOT
FLIT (Spray clears your homc of mosquitoes
and flies. It also kills bed bugs, roaches, ants,
and thcir eggs. Fatal to insects bufharmless to
mankind. Will not stain. Get Flit today.'
Distributed in Canada by I'redJ. Whitlow &Co., limited, Toronto
Scientist Says Tarnish
.   Caii Be Prevented
Plies Mosquitoes Moths
Ants Bed Bugs'Roaches
"Theyellow can
with tbe black band"
mu minium in in n
War .And
���,; Prosperity
Laid World Foundation   '
For Commonwealths
"War    Is   An    Economic   Failure  and
- Must Be Paid For in the Years,
y That Follow s
Premier Coates of New Zealand is
[ .-right-; as .tho Toronto Star remarks,'
, whftn he says that in countries with
���such resources as the.Uritish Dominions -possess it should be possible "for
-any willing worker to   havc a comfortable1  home ' for  himself, and  his
family. .That Is an,ideal which may
-some day be fulfilled.   In   such    an
event the state will ,havo to assume
ils full share of responsibility for. tlie
well-b"eing of the "individual citizen. "
.   Cut the Ottawa Citizen .'pins    an
��� argument on Premier Coates' deliver-
. ancjc which    seems    hardly    sound,
l^wiicn it" says:    "When   the- armies
needed guns munitions,  and.  stores
���during the war they were supplied,
although millions of producers were
withdrawn 'frpnivproductiv.e  employment, and although another powerful
naTion was employing every means in
[ its power to prevenl delivery. When,
therefore,  the nalioiia  were able  to
produce and consume in such abun-
���dance during lie    war    /ears    there
seems to be. no intelligent reason .why
any industrious nation .should not be
able to find employment for   all   its
workers in lime of peace. -   '
Tho war undoubtedly    taught   the
Tuitions the value of cohceried effort,  men."
liidustriiir'organizalion, and    Intensified production.    But lhc war situation was abnormal..   An   unnatural
demand for war^ manufactures    had
been, developed. These, to :t great extant,- wore  almost, immediately consumed by-the war itself aud a fresh
, demand thereby created.   It   was.  a
���J'highly artificial condition all through
Fades of finance as  "economists   had
Britain First To Adopt Principle Says
Lionel Curtis
Discussing British ideals and aspirations, Lionel" Curtis, honorary
secretary of the Itoyai Institute of International Affairs, told the'Institute
of Pacific delations at Honolulu, in
a paper released for publication, that
the world owes to Britain thc principle "of the commonweal th." Mr.'Curtis defined the principle of the commonwealth as "the sermon on tlie
mount," reduced to political terms���
a society organized on the theory that
tlte duty which , each member owes
the o'thor is beyond, measure."
Sir Arthur Currie; chairman of lho
Canadian group expressed the belief
that Canada could contribute materially to tho settlement of Pacific pro-
'.blonis because '"Canada is the, first
political community drawn on a .largo
scale- to achieve national autonomy
without revolution or war o'l . any
kind. Cauada has been schooled in
peace." .  r
Mrs. Carrie Chapman-Catt, American feminist l-cader, declared that
making money has become a substitute for-"war instinct"- in the'United
'"Tlie powerful groups.in [lie .United. Slates arc tlio economic imperialists," she said. "These forces can
wield an inestimable influence over
any governmentfany party,,.and'most
Treatment In Process Of Manufac
Is Effective
'The tarnish lhat appears on silver
ware can bo prevented in-many cases
by treatment in process oi manufacture, if certain development-.' in protective coatings, now applied to other
metals, aro used, /properly, in the
opinion or It. i\t. Burns of the American Boll Telephone laboratory,
"Trcalmonl or coppji" articles effectively prevents tarnish," said Mr.
Burns, "and similar troulmenl. applied
to silverware would be equally effec
live. A> film of ittido of eoppor so
lliin tin lo bo invisible and which
would prevent corrosion can readily
be produced in the manufacluro ol
' Air. Burns said thit the control-of
coiTotion of'uncferground cables is
one of lhe most serious problems
facing tlie telephone incVistry, Hundreds of miles or underground cable
connecting largo cities by telephone
are rendered^ useless annually by the
corrosion of the lead sheets covering'
Progress in methods, of application
and uso of metals ap coatings -for
iron and steel is greatly reducing
lho annual loss of tho nation caused
by rust declared Dr. "William Blum of
lhe Bureau of Standards, Washington,-D.C, in his paper ou the "Control of Corrosion."
"Bust is wasting wealth at the rate
of hundreds of .millions o'f dollars
annually," he said. "Proper metallic
coatings'' can prevent this __ -'waste
largely, but it is'beyond present hope
to prevent all corrosion losses or to
control all conditions which corrode
metals. Atmospherelc exposure of
mot ils is of course the most important of those. .Fresh water, aen water,
soil and stray currents are other factors lhal result' In excessive corrosion.'"
Cadmium is one of the most, desirable metals for coating, Dr. Blum
said. When'the base is subjected to
marine exposure, and when appearance is not of primo consideration.
Nickel and croniium platings aro the
best for prof eel ing". exposed steel
whore ^appearance is essential as in
die' manufacture of automobiles.
remember���and hard to for.
get, once you've tried it.
Keeps teeth white,
breath sweet, aids appetite
and digestion . . .
Enjoying the King's Garden
never thought possible the process of
i making 'and destroying was kept_ up
until victory was won, the war left
behind il a legacy of debt which will
f burden fhe nations fo'r generations to
I'come.    The   lesson   of'achievement
Caught by the war does not alter,tho
^fact that war is an economic failure
-.nd thai the apparent prosperity
I which it created has to be paid for
dearly in the years thai come after.���
Itegina Post.       ' - -
' Honors Arc Not Titiles
'Easy Ways To Drown
Wide Choice Given People Wh0
Common Sense
The Grand Rapids Press  suggests
several ways in whicli  bathers with
more enthusiasm  thau   good   sense,
can end their lives:      .___ .
Mrs. Horn Tells vhowx Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Restored Her Health
.;'Hamiltoh,Ontv���"Ihave taken Lydia
it. Pmkham's' Vegetable Compound
and would not bo
without it now.
I had a f e m a j e
trouble so badly I
could hardly walk
and I was all rundown and could
hardly get around
to do0my housework. I would be.
in bed three or
fou��r days at a
tune.   I was told
, ... -.,.;- . ,8by a friend to try
>;your Vegetable Compound. I did, and
i bythe time I took two bottles I waa
beginning, to get around again. I took
ten bottles, in all, and'now'1! am all
right again an4,doing my own work.
J have six growii-ups to work for, so
I hav<*plenty to. do. I also uscd Lydia
E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash, and I
think it is good; Butl owe my health
to_ the Vegetable Compound, and I
think if more of it was used women
would be better off. . I would not bc
jrithontitif it cost much more."���
rs. Nellie Jameson, 805 East Can-
>n gtreet, Hamilton, Ontario.
Do you feel broken down, nervous
and weak sometimes? Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ia excellent to take at such a time. It always
*.�� ��� and if taken regularly and pertly, Will relieve this condition, a
Among this summer's earliest lessons in easy ways to die by drowning
are tho following, culled from one
Sunday's report of nine inch tragedies on 'Michigan lakes:'
Rpckh?g the boat, two deaths.
Using a leaking boat, two deaths.
Using unknown" beach and stepping
into hole, (wo deaths.
Swimming despite indigestion,-.one
Swimming across tho -lake alone,
'one death.
Biding molcrboat' swells in canoe,
one deatli.
Life might noi be quite so pleasanl
without occasional acts of needless
daring and foolishness.0 But it would
be a great deal more difficult for the
Grim Beaper to do hii harvesting.
Palestine's New Str.ir.po
A tomb Is thc decoration on one of
the new stamps of tho mandated territory of Palestine, just printed ��� in
London. The tomb is tliat of Rachel
of Biblical fame, on the road to Bethlehem. Other now , .Palestinian
stamps represent additional scenes
and monument's in the Holy Land.
-They are designed by J. Benoi "Kalter
of the Zionist Commission.-Thpy are
inscribed in English, Hebrew and
Arabic:      It. ���
Resolution Passed  By Canadian  Parliament Misunderstood By Sonje
A   Londoner.-'.speaking   -at'    lhe
Twelfth of- iTiily - domons'tratioii    at
Mitchell, Onf., referred lo Uie honors
bus towed upon Lindbergh in France,
Great Britain ami (he UnitotV States,
and added:
��"lf a Canadian citizen were to accomplish that same feat, through a
resolution-.-of the Canadian Government he would bo r.ble'to accept al!
these" honors with tlio exception'of
one. from-Iiis own Sovereign." i.   .
The speaker has misunderstood the
resolution passed by Ihe Canadian
Pa rl i a men IT~I ITI r liial 1 jTprohi BlIsTlio
���conferring of titles on Canadians, but
not such honors as wore bestowed
on Lindbergh in Europe ancl in iiis
own country. Royal honors, civil aud
military, have been conferred regularly on Canadians since the veto on
lidos. Has lho speaker at"'Mitchell
forgotten the stream ,of war'decorations given gallant Canadian soldiers? '
Tho ."speaker charged further that
the tides were banned "purely to
weaken .British sentiment and to
overthrow British traditions hi Canada." Such a remark "must bring
smiles 'from the author ol" die anti-
iitlos resolution.'Hon." W. l<\ Nickle,
and lho head of the Government.when
lho resolution was adopted, Sir Robert Borden. Thoy did British connection a real service. Tho titles system, became' an element of party patronage, forTwhlcli the Crown was in
no way responsible, and its exercise
in some- cases discredited the whole
business. Uritish sentiment is not
such an insubstantial thing that il
rests' in any degree upon so undemocratic an institution. There is a ilis-
tinction   between -honors- and   titles
Public Admitted to Grounds at San-
driiigham Two Days a Week
The King's "garden at Sandringliam
camo first in the list of gardens in
England and. AVales opened to' the
public under the Juno scheme. Its
share.in tliat scheme, however, is
mucir= larger than this would imply.
Most of-the'gardens may be seen on
onl\; one day,. whereas admission to
Sanilriugham is permitted during the
absence of the court, on every "Wednesday and. Thursday, from May 1 to
September 30, the total of the six-"
peaces paid at the gate being'equally
divided, by fhe King's command, between Queen Alexandra Memorial
fund and local charities. Last year
local charities benefited to the extent
of between ��G00 and ��700 from the
Sandrlngham leaves1 its visitors
happily Jo themselves with a. large
liberty. The parlies-which take their
simple luncheon sitting on the grass
among the flowers may, very evidently, be trusted to leave no litter.1 i\
better expression of tho prevalent
spirit could hardly bo wished than the
admonition addressed by a woman to
her snvill son: "Yes,' you can smell
the /lowers, but noi loo hard."   -
-Conflict O^er Skirt Lengths
Movement Is On In, Europe To Introduce Longer Skirts
' "'While America has accepted with
complaisance current fashions in women's clothes both on the street and
on the beaches, tliQ.ro��� seems lo be
some agitation in Europe as to. the
moral significance of skirt lengths
and bathing suits," reads an editorial
in Tlie Outlook.
''Recently one faction of the Queen
Louise Association in Geraiauy declared that short skirls wero a sign
or moral degeneracy and. began a
campaign for long skirts," The Outlook editorial continues. "For some
reason, it developed into a rmal
versus in ban conflict, and the women
of Berlin banded together in defense
of prevailing fashions. On another
front wo find Italian women protesting against current brevities and carrying their campaign to an insistence
upon skirts below the shoe-fops for
all Kalian girls. In some districts
die movement for dress reform has
met with considerable success. In
Bologna children with short .skirts
aro barred from the schools, whin.-
throughout Italy stricter regulations'"
aro in 'force for modesty on tin-
"But it is in 'Turkey that tho most
drastic movement is under way. Numbers of Moslem 'women are supporting a campaign for a uniform dress
.for all women. '" Extravagance and
feminine jealousy are tlie evils this
movement-fights, rather than moral
degeneracy, and iis progrnm Is for
the adoption of some universal costume, neat but not gaudy., Perhaps
this _ would'solve many problems, but
we somehow doubt the success o'f the
movement, Women will' dress pretty
much as they desire despite all attempts at reform or standardization;
aud we .may safely leave even skirt
lengths and bathing-suits to their own
sense of propriety."   -
Another Reason Why They Serve
Motorists Better and Saoe Them Money
The advent of the Balloon Tire required an expansion in repair methods.
To meet this situation Repair Schools
were opened at the Firestone factories
where the Firestone dealers and'their
repair men have been instructed in the
care of tires and the Use ofthe specially-"
designed Firestone Balloon Tire equipment.      . y   '
In   each   territory    throughout   the
country DealerJSducational Meetings -.
have been heldr   These have becn attended by most ofthe Firestone Service
Dealers who have obtained tlie latest
information regarding tire construction, care and repair methods.
Firestone Dealers are kept up-to-date
on  tire   development   and  service���
continually progressing and improving
their ability ��� to serve .you' better and
save you money. See thc nearest Fire- '
stone Dealer to-day and let him handle
your, tire requirements.
Hamilton, Ontario .
Surveying Under Difficulties
W.ork   On. the   Interprovincjal    Boun-
dary Line'Between Alberta and
" British  Columbia      """""   ��� ,
The difficulties_which have    to   be
overcome- by   Government   surveyors
in fhe-performance of their duties are
seldom realised by.the layman. During the recent running of   the* inter-
Drovincial Boundary'line between Alberta .and"British Columbia, the -.work
lu tho Mictte Bass was greatly delayed by bad weather'and untoward
conditions.   11. snowed fen- eight days
in succession and tiie' work had fo be
-carried-- on-wi th���2 k^mches-^or '-wef
lioavy yuow on the'floor of the valley
and Irom 3 to 4 foot on-the.hillsides
above timber line; Iiorfe trails had to
be shovelled out to the higher monument sites and here most' of the.lime
the temperature was below freezing;
concrete had to be made with hot water so as to overcome tbe frozen conditions of the gravel; and hot rocks
had to be laid around the concrete in
order to permit It fo sel.   At times it
was found impossible .to use 'horses
and the men had to pack Ike equipment and. materials. Notwithstanding
Dominion Air Mail
Service Is Planned
Post Office Department Doing Every,
thing Possible To Have It
"���The matter res Is entirely witli the
post ollice department," said Hon. J.
L. Ilalston,-Minister of National Defence, when asked what the prospects
were for Canada Having an air mail
servico. l'lon. Ralston came to confer with the authorities at Ottawa ou
fhe subject of the visit of the Prince
of AVales. . '"
"As far as I -know," hX said, "tho
posi^. office is doing all it can to get
Uie service- inaugurated bin  there is
.nothing new as yet.
"I understand that ah^ official oi
the post office department will go to
Europe ihis fall-to attend an air mail
convention. I am aware aiso that fhe
department'is giving a'great deal ot
consideration to the question and it
appears likely that something definite will bo done following the Euro-
P {-a n���coii vc'n t i on_ai t hou glfilii sTUeing~
out of my sphere of .activities I cannot say anything positive on the matter,
^Firestone Build- the Only Gum-Dipped Tiro
-   _ .._	
Little Helps For This Week
As" many as walk according to this
rule, peace be on them.���Gal. vi. 1G.
The .Highest culture is lo speak no
The bestrreforrner is the mail whose
Aro quick  lo see all beauty and all'
Ahd by Iiis own-discreet, well-oTdered
life.      ,..
Alone reproves thc erring
Like alone acts upi/n like. Therefore, do not amend by reasoning, but
by example; approach feeling by
feeling; , do not hope to excite lovo
except by love. Be what you wish
jolliers lo become. Let yourself and
not your  words preach.
���Henri Frederic Amiel.
A man'ri conduct is an   unapoken
sermon.--Henri Frederic Amiel.
Judge Gives Important Ruling
aiyhis the angles read ,a.t the most
exposed stations above timber line
closed within perfectly normal limits.
which the speaker ai Mitchell iguore3
of fails to grasp,
Suit Yourself
The clothes you wear havo a great
deal to do with the' way you feel.
If you wear bright clothes, you will
feel bright and "cheerful. If you
wear a sombre suit, you .will fool
sombre. If you wear expeusive
clothes you will feel proseprous. If
you wear a suit of odd design, you
will feel peculiar. If,you wear glad
rags, you will feel happy.' if you
wear a snappy' suit, you will
snappy. ^,lf you don't wear any
youjvill feel chilly.
From SICO.OOO.OOO to $200,000,000 is
paid out yearly for" papers that used
to bo destroyed before Joseph Gatti,
a Park ilow, Nov/ York, newsboy,' began collecting lliem and selling them
to mills that'make wrappers and
carl on s.
"If you refuse me," he swore. 'T
shall die." She refused him. Sixty
yean; later he died.
Magistrate (to talkative prisoner):
"'Now. what-havo you got. to' say?"
, Prisoner:  "I've got a good deal to
say, guv'nor. if" you'll give me. time
to say it."
Magistrate:      " "Certainly; six
Wo often'wonder jvhy the man who
Looked. Suspicious .
The departing guest had been given
Ids bill, and shortly artenvards Hie
manager said to the head" waiter,
"Vou gave the gentleman in room 29
his bill, didn't you?" "Yes, sir," was
the reply. "I didn't forget to charge
for tuiything, did 1?". enquired the
manager.. "Not that I know of, sir,"
Doctors Must Make Disclosures About
_. Patient If Court Orders It
A doctor when on ihe witness slant!
in court has not -the privileges of a
legal advisor but must mako disclos-
-ures aboul a patient, however confidential, if ordered by the court to do
so. An important ruling to this effect
has been given by Justice Sir Henry
Ale-Cardie, of tho King's Bench division of the high court of justice 'at
the assizes in Birmingham, England.
Two medical men respectfully protested against giving certain evidence
���iu a case being tried and claimed
privilege from divulging patients' affairs, but. they were over-ruled by the
His Lordship however admitted
that it. was a physician's duty under,
ordinary circumstances to keep inviolate la^yledge gamed from a patient In fact, ho added, a doctor
was liable to heavy "damages .otherwise, and in some countries in
Europe it was held a criminal offence
for a physician to break secrecy in
connection with a patient.
Ever}- .mother knows how fatal the
hot summer months are to small
children. Cholera infantum, diarrhoea,
dysentery, colic and-siomach troubles
are rife at this time and often a precious little life is lost after onlv a few
hours illness.. The mothei\who keeps
Baby's Own Tablets in . the houso
reels safe. The occasional use of tho
Tablets prevent stomach and bowel
troubles, or'ir trouble comes suddenly
���as It generally does���f lie Tablets
will bring lho "-baby safely through.
They are sold by medicine dealers or
by mail"" at 25 cents a box from The
Dr. Williams'.Medicine Co.. Brockville, Out.
answered the waiter.   "Strange, very
is a;ways boasting of   the   splendid _slrangc�� nmttered the other;  ^ can
The fewer creditors a man has ilie
cr.sier it is for him to look tho world
in the- face.
Mosquitoes Smd young widows scorn
to hare a special grudge against old
positions offered   liini    continue
hold down a" small job.
There is no rest for tho man who
does everything his wife tell.-: him io
Tuith has a value today it has never had before.
W.   N.   U.   1691
still hear him whistling."
Calgary's Growing Population
The City of Calgary is nearing the
hundred thousand mark, according to
Henderson's City Directory for 1927.
wliich puts the population at S1.000,
or an increase of 3 900 over the year
before. The city's 1927 assessment
is given at |53.S52,0S-i and the tax
rate at 45.75 mills.
-    A Good Arrangement
"A greengrocer had a puzzling ens-"
lomer in the person of a%young-woman who regularly every    Thursday
bought from him a bill of goods total-
Canadians Go Abroad
Estimated   That  Nearl)   25,000  Canadians Touring Europe This
Trcquem   surveys  are  being made'
of the value of the American tourist
trade to Canada but,   there   are   no
estimates of the value of the  Cana-,
dian trade to Europe.
This year the passports branch of
the Department of External Affairs
has issued over 18,000 new passporta
,and renewed 1,800 passports previously issued.; it is conservatively
estimated that nearly" 23,000 Cana-,
dlans are abroad this year, mostly
In Europe.
Minard's Liniment for earacTift,
1-Iow many staunch Canadians can
name the Fathers   of   Confederation
ing twenty-five dollars or so. but who ior cvcn *-tlie Premiers since the union .
was consummated? It-Is almost time
bought nothing at all ^on-the other
days of thc week. Conducting an investigation, he discovered a league of
seven married couples who rotate
from house lo house for dinner, each
serving a meal at home just one night
a week and then serving the whole
Father���"The man who marries my
daughter will get a prize."
Ardent Suitor ��� "May I see it,
please?"   "     -
to start teaching Canadian history.
A pleasant medicine for children is
Mother Graves' "Worm Exterminator,
and it is excellent for driving worma
from thc system. ,
Some men are born -great, soma
achieve greatness ��md the majority
do not trouble themselves very much
about it.
Minard's Unii-nent for insect bite*. if-
-_v_ imuvrarinrfm���_B-
The Greenwood Ledge
Published every Thursday at
Greenwood, B.C.
Editor and Proprietor
Subscription: In Canada and to Gt.
Britain, $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50
when hot paid for three months or
more have passed. To the United
States^$2.50, always in advance.
-Delinquent Co-Owner. Notices.. ,$25.00
Coal and Oil Notices    7.00
Estray Notices       3.00
Cards of Thanks  .....:...   LOO
Certificate of Improvement  12.50
(When more than one claim appears
in notice, $5.00 for each additional
All other legal advertising 16 cents
a line first insertion, and 12 cents a
line for each subsequent insertion, nonpareil 'measurement.
Business locals 12V_c a line each insertion,
No letter to the editor will he inserted except over the proper signature and address of the writer. This
rule admits of no exceptions.
The blue cross means that
your subscription is due, and
that the editor would be
pleased to have more money.
Midway News
Wni! Lakeland is in charge of the
Lookout station on Baldy.
Kenneth Stewart, of Greenwood, is
employed at Brown's store.
Is it anybody's business
If a gentleman should choose
To call upon a lady���
If the lady doesn't refuse?
Or, to speak a little plainer,
Is it anybody's business
If a lady has a beau?
Is it anybody's business
When that gentleman does call?
Or when he leaves the lady?
Or if he comes at all?
Or is it necessary
That the curtain should be drawn
To save from further trouble     ���
Prom, outside lookers-on?
Is it anybody's business���
But the lady's���if her beau
Rides out with other', ladies
And doesn't let her know?
Is it anybody's business���
But the gentleman's���if she
Should accept another's escort
Where he doesn't chance to be?
If a person's on the. sidewalk,
Whether great or whether sniall,
Is it anybody's business
Where that person means to call?
And if you see a person,
As he's calling anywhere,
Is it anybody's business   .
What his business may be there?
The substance of our query
Simply stated, would.be this:
Is it anybody's business
What another's business is?
Or if it is, or if it isn't,
��� We would really like to know
For we're certain, if it isn't
There are some who make it so.
If it is, we'll join the rabble
And act the noble part
Of the tattlers and detainers
Who throng the public mart;
If it isn't, we'll act the teacher,
.., Until such meddlar learns'.
'Twould be better in the future
If he'd mind his own concerns.
The Madge family wish to take this
opportunity of thanking their many
friends for* words of sympathy and
beautiful floral tributes sent to them
during their sad bereavement, in the
loss of their dear son and brother.
Estate  of  John Alexander  Christian,
Lewis Clerf, of Greenwood, is visiting Mr.- and Mrs. R. D. Kerr.
The Reason
Miss Gladys Jackson returned on the
15th inst. from a visit with relatives at
the Coast.
Geo. Bryan, Jr., returned to Greenwood today after a week's visit with.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lund.
In a remote country village a new
-letter-box had been put. , This
caused much coment among the village children, who gathered around,to
discuss what it could be.
"I think it belongs to the doctor or
the squire," said Billie Jones.    ;
"Can't yer see it's by the church, so
it must be the rector's remarked another lad.
"Get out!" said another boy, the
smartest one of the crowd. "It ain't
the rector's���read what it says on it:
"No collection on Sundays."       --
TAKE NOTICE that by order of
this Court dated the 20th day of
October, 1926, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate
of the late John Alexander Christian,
that all persons having claims against'
the said estate must forward the same
duly verified under oath to thc undersigned on or before the First Day of
September, 1927, after which date the
undersigned will proceed to distribute
the estate having regard only-to the
claims of which he shall have
thus received notice. All persons
owing money, to the said estate are required forthwith to pay same to the
Dated at Christian Valley, B.C., this
23rd Day of July, 1927.
Administrator of the estate of
John Alexander Christian deceased.
Built for Endurance
Behind the beauty of the Chevrolet  there  is  an  abundance  of *
strength and stamina, just as there is a great store of surplus *
power.  The rugged"-channel steel frame, the husky banjo-type
rear axel, the powerful valve-in-head engine and every detail of
construction combine to defy the ravages of ware and tear, of
hills and ruts, of mud and sand, of extremes of climate dnd of*
hard, continuous usage.
The Most  Beautiful Chevrolet
in Chevrolet History
JOHN R. MOOYBOER, Prop.      - -      Grand Forks, B.C.
Goodrich and Dominion Tires. Cleveland Bicycles.
(Section 160)
H. A. Nichols is the latest citizen to
own-a car, having purchased a anew
Chevrolet on Saturday. ,
J. H. Henry, H. M. Hayden and K.
V. Mitchell, of Penticton; were visiting
in town during the week-end. ,
Arthur Denman, of Vancouver, a retired C.P.R. engineer of the Boundary
branch, was in town last week en
route to Nelson, for a holiday.
A bush fire started on Myers Creek,
near the big;tunnel, this week, but
was soon put out by the forest service
men. w '
Henry Strauss's Ford went off the
road west of town a few days ago, Mr.
Strauss received a shaking up and the
the car was taken to the garage.
Otto Hanson, an enthusiastic follower of Isaac Walton, has temporarily
given-up his favorite pastime and is
working in the hay fields at the Jackson ranch.
.D. McMynn, J. L. Bush, of Midway,
and. Tudor. Ommanney,   of   Grand
Forks, spent the week-end fishing at
Christian Valley. They returned with
dandy catches. . ,,,-,
In the United Church on Sunday,
July 24th, Nellie Wren of San Francisco, sang to a very appreciative congregation. Her rendering of "Open
the Gates of the Temple" was beautiful. The Midway people take a special
interest in this artist as she once resided in town.
A grass fire started near Mrs. L
Powers Restaurant on Friday afternoon. The blaze was noticed by Mrs.
Powers who gave the alarm which
brought many willing helpers to extinguish it, Had it gotten out of control it could have done great damage.
In the evening grass around the principal buildings in town was burned as
a precaution in case another fire should
start. The grass on the flat is very
dry at present and it is considered a
No Necessity
A certain young lady about to be
married decided to test her youthful
sweetheart, and with this object in
view, called on a girl friend.
"I want you to go for a walk with
Wallace," she confided, and "at a suitable moment ask him for a kiss.'     '
Her friend blushed-but consented.
The following day the bride-to-be
called round to see what had happened.
"Did you ask Wallace to kiss, you,
dear?" she asked.
"I didn't get a chance," was the
rather upsetting reply. "He asked me
long before I thought of it,"
Six weeks old pigs.   $6.00 each.
Apply to
WW. HATTON,. Rock. Creek.
IN TIIE MATTER of Lot 3342 Group
-1, Osoyoos Division Yale District.
PROOF having been filed in ./my
Office of the loss of Certificate of Title
No. 1969D to the above-mentioned
land in the name of Nancy Jane
Gillespie and bearing date the 21st,
of my intention at the expiration of
one calendar month from the first
publication hereof to issue to the said
Nancy Jane .Gillespie &��� provisional
certificate of title in lieu of such lost
certificate. Any person having any
information with reference to such lost
certificate of title is requested to communicate with the undersigned.
��� DATED at the Land Registry
Office, Kamloops, B.C., this lj)th day of
July, 1927.
.'���'��� Date of first publication, Thursday, July 28th, 1927.
Black Field Spaniel Puppies (male)
$4.00 each. Apply Hi- PANNELL,
A gold coin, uscd as a watch charm,
at Ingram Bridge Celebration on July
1st. Owner can have same at The
LGreej��yood_JLgdge office.
Job Printing
The Greenwood Ledge
UNDER and by virtue of the powers
contained in a certain chattel mortgage which will be produced at the
time of sale, I hereby call for tenders
for the purchase of the following
property situate on Lot 2527, Group 1,
Similkameen Division of Yale District,
known as the' "Rock. Creek" Mineral
Claim, namely:���
-The whole of the Portable Saw-mill,
machinery and outfit now standing or.
being or lately standing or being on
said Lot 2527, and all other the goods
and chattels of whatsoever kind and
nature which are the property of
Joseph Peter Keane, now in, upon, or
arotmd and about the premises above
Terms:���10% of the purchase money
to be paid down at time of sale, balance to be arranged by monthly instalments.     , / '
For further particulars and conditions of sale apply to
Dated at Rock Creek, B.C., the 13th
day of July, A.D., 1927.
-Certificate_ofJm Drove ments.,
Situate in tlie Greenwood Mining Division of
Yale District,
Where located:   Near Bridesville.
TAKE NOTICE lh.it T. C. A K. Shaw, airnit
for Josq_l_ I'rintrlc, I'rcc Miner'*-, Certilicaie
No. 335D, intend, sixty days from the dale
hereof, .to apply to l-.u_tr__ii.__r Kecorder fora
Certificate of Improv-meius, for (lie purpose of
olHniui-ijr a Crown (Irani of ilu; above claim.
_'..._.'. Ami further ial_e nolice that action, under
section S5, must he* commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,
Dated Ihis -1th day of J uue, 1*127.
Mining Notes
Spotted Horse Mine   [
C. E. Bartholomew is carrying on
work in the lower. tunnel of the
Spotted Horse mine. A good showing
of ore has been encountered. in -this
turinel. ���
Providence Mine
Wm. Madden has made a good start
in pumping water from the Providence mine. This work will take several, weeks.    .'���:
A Curwood Story
"The Flaming Forest," s.a.^Cosmopo-
litan production filmed by Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer and coming to the
Greenwood Theatre on Saturday, July
30th, is based on James Oliver, Cur-
wood's novel depicting the Indian rebellion against the Canadian government half a century ago and the organization of trie Northwest Mounted
Police. The leading romantic roles are
played by Antonio Moreno-and Renee
Adoree, supported by a cast of some
twenty well known players.
"A Pathe comedy entitled: "The Old
War Horse" will also be shown.
The Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.
of Canada. Limited
Office, Smelting and Refining.Department
Purchasers of Gold, Silver, Copper, Lead and Zinc Ores
Producers, of Gold, Silver,  Copper,  Pig Lead  and /Sine
���   "TADANAC"  BRAND -���
This year it is necessary to have a permit
from some Forest Officer before any camp-
fire may be set in any forest or woodland
Be sure to get a permit for your camp-fire
and follow the'instructions printed on the
back of it
Prevent Forest Fires
You Can Help
Summer Excursion Fares
Winnipeg .$ 75.60
Toronto >__._._ _ 118.05
Hamilton '_  118.05
London  118.05
St. John.
St. Paul.
DuliiUi    75.60
Fort William __..$ 90.00
Niagara Falls ___ ___ 12-1.02
Ottawa  1132.25
Montreal _. 137.05
Monclon _'_  152.20
Halifax _" 157.75
Chicago _.    00.30
New York  151.70
Boston ; J _ 157.76
Contractor and Builder
Foreign and Domestic Monuments
Asbestos Products Co. Roofing
Lamatco Wallboard
Box 332  Grand Forks. B.C.
Harry Armson, Grand Forks
The 20lli Century Shoe Repairer
All work'and material guaranteed    ,
Wo pay postage one way. Terms cash
f -"^'
>'V ,
>vBm *>, .
Route via Main Line or via Soo Line, through Winnipeg or Portal
to Si. Paul, thence via Chicago or Sault Ste. Marie, via Great Lakes;
or via California at an additional fare; or good to go'via one. of the
above routes, return another.
See Local Agent or Write for Details
J. S. CARTER, District Passenger Agent, Nelson
Advertise in The Greenwood Ledge
* Vacant unreserved, surveyed Crown
lands may bc pre-empted by British
subjects over 18 years of age, and by
aliens -on declaring intention to become British subjects, conditional
upon residence, occupation, and improvement for agricultural purposes.
Full information concerning relations regarding pre-emptions is- given
in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series, ."How
to Pre-empt Land," copies of which'
can be obtained free of charge by addressing the Department of Lands,
toria, B. C, or to any Government
Agent.   '
Records will be granted covering
only land suitable for agricultural .purposes, and which 'is not timberland,
i.e., carrying-over 8,000 board feet per
acre west of the Coast Range and
5,000 feet per acre east of that Range.
Applications for pre-emptions are to
be addressed to the Land Commission- '
er of the Land Recording Division, in
which the land applied for is situated,
and are made on printed forms, copies
of which can be obtained from the
Land Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must be occupied for
five years and improvements made to
the value of $10 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating at least Ave
acres, before a Crown Grant can be .
received. -  ��� *
Por more detailed information see
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved Crown
Lands, not being timberland, for agricultural purposes; minimum price for
first-class (arable) land is $5 per.
acre. Further information regarding
purchase or lease of Crown Lands is
given in Bulletin No. 10, Land Series, -
"Purchase and Lease of Crown Lands."/
Mill, factory, or industrial sites on
timber land,, not exceeding 40 acres,
may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment of stump-
Unsurveyed areas not exceeding 20
acres, may be leased as homesites, conditional upon a dwelling being erected
in the first year, title being obtainable
after residence and improvement con-
For grazing and industrial purposes
areas not exceeding 640 acres may be
leaded by one person or a coiiipany.
Under the Grazing Act the Province
is divided into grazing districts and the
range administered under a - Grazing
Commissioner. Annual grazing permits are issued based on numbers-
ranged, priority given' to established
owners. Stock owners may form associations for range management. Free,
or partly free, permits are available
for settlers, campers and;travellers, up
to ten head. . .
Sometimes the informality
of the spoken word
is more effective
than a letter
"Long Distance, please'.
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced^Minerals as follows: Placer Gold, $78,018,548; Lode Gold, $126,972,318;
Silver, $80,787,003; Lead, $106,976,442; Copper, $209,967,068; Zinc, $50,512,557; Coal and
Coke, $284,699,133; Structural Materials and Miscellaneous Minerals, $50,175,407; making
its  mineral production to the end of 1926 show an
Aggregate Value of $9.88,108,470
Production for the year ending December, 1926, $67,188,842
The Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal, fees. . '
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the security of wliich is guaranteed by
Crown grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may be obtained gratis by addressing: ���
VICTORIA, British Columbia,
N.'B.���Practically all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has been
done are described in some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines. Those considering
mining investments should refer to such reports. They are available without charge on application
to the Department of Mines, Victoria, B. C. Reports of * the Geological Survey of Canada, Winch
Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable sources of information. ;.__..
!        Reports covering each of the Six Mineral Survey Districts are published separately, and are available on application. . /'..*-. :    ���[-.'���:.���


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